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The American bison is no doubt an iconic animal of the High Plains. Once numbering in the hundreds of millions, they have all but disappeared from the landscape. Can we restore them in the remaining wild landscapes? Several conservation organizations think it is not only possible, but they are working [...]Read more ›
This is the first of five videos that Conservation Media produced for the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service. NRCS’s Sage-grouse Initiative is a ground-breaking innovation in solving landscape scale conservation issues, by harnessing the power of rancher-driven land stewardship across eleven western states. Sustainable ranching is good for the land [...]Read more ›
Conservation Media’s photo, entitled Sage-grouse in Gas Country is one of thirty jury-selected photos for the 2012 Environmental Photography Exhibit at the American Mountaineering Museum February 24th.Read more ›
Conservation Media is pleased to announce that we have picked up two, count ‘em, two Merit Awards from the 34th Annual International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, AND two Finalist Designations! There may be more Official Selections to come! Our film Crossroads, embedded below, picked up a Merit Award for [...]Read more ›
Conservation Media is happy to announce that our film Crossroads is a Finalist in the Public Service Announcement category at the 34th International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, Montana this May. If you haven’t seen the film, you can see it below:Read more ›
This is a short web film produced for Montana Audubon addressing the impact oil & gas development has on sage grouse, a species recently warranted by the USFWS as worthy of protection under the Endangered Species Act. This film includes interviews with David Sibley, Dave Naugle, and Amy Cilimburg. You [...]Read more ›
The end of April brings frigid mornings which usually give way to enough warmth to melt the drifted snow. The first sage thrashers perch atop the tallest sage and fill the dawn with endless melodies. From the obscurity of the low sage comes a mysterious thumping and popping, and we [...]Read more ›